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A controversial TV show will offer its handpicked audience a chance to destroy Adolf Hitler’s paintings British Channel 4 confirmed on Friday. According to a Channel 4 spokesperson, the Jimmy Carr Destroys Art debate they claim will represent ‘a thoughtful and nuanced exploration of the limits of free expression in art’ as it will allow the selected and goaded public in a studio to decide on the fate of several pieces.
‘There are advocates for each piece of art. So, you’ve got an advocate for Hitler. There’ll be someone arguing not for Hitler, but for the fact that his moral character should not decide whether or not a piece of art exists or not,’ Ian Katz, Channel 4’s director of programming, explained in an interview with The Guardian earlier this week. He revealed that if Hitler’s painting survives the show, Channel 4 will ’appropriately’ dispose of it.
The programme’s host is Ian A. Katz, a South African-born Jew who first achieved notoriety as editor of the American-owned Guardian whose sponsors include Bill Gates.
Katz was responsible for the new guardian.co.uk website in 1998. As features editor in January 2003, he ran an image commissioned from artist Gillian Wearing for the G2 front cover which consisted of the words: Fuck Cilla Black. Cilla Black’s agent, her son Robert Willis, described it as a cheap publicity stunt, and Wearing apologised for the offence caused. You can share this story on social media.
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I don’t see how Hitler’s art relates to his politics. His art is way better than most, while the politics in the end don’t differ much from other forms of Socialism. This said, I usually don’t like ‘art’ and definitly not Socialism …
Yes, Hitler was generally considered as a failed painter and rejected twice from attending Academy of Fine Arts Wien (Vienna/i>). Paintings projects the inner being of the painter. Imagine what would happen if painters like van Gogh or even Dalí went into politics …
This is just another step into removing history
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